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Beats Studio3 Wireless Speaker Replacement

What you need

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    • Find the separation between the headset and ear cushion.

    • Use an opening tool to go underneath the separation site and split the pieces apart.

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    • You can also use your hands to remove it completely.

    • Pulling it off can be challenging; make sure to apply enough pressure.

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    • Remove seven 3.6 mm screws holding the speaker assembly in place using a Phillips #0 screwdriver.

    • Make sure the screws aren't close to the speaker; due to it being a magnet, the screws could get stuck and damage the speaker.

    • Open the speaker by pulling the top layer of the speaker.

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    • With a heat gun or hair dryer, heat the glue that is sticking the wires down until the glue softens.

    • Use a nylon spudger to remove the glue.

    • Pull on the wire to remove it while also removing the blue rubber band.

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    • Using a soldering iron to remove the cables on the charger port.

    • For help with soldering, check out the How to Solder and Desolder Connections guide.

    • Remove the two wires connected in the middle of the speaker using a soldering iron.

    • Remove the speaker from the headset.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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